NTT Com Online Marketing Solutions (Yoshie Tsukamoto, Tokyo) is increasing the number of students who can browse university lectures published on the Internet and take a certificate of completion every year. I found out in the "Survey on the Opening of Universities" by the president).

 The survey was conducted in collaboration with Professor Mizo Fukuhara of the Japan Open Online Education Promotion Council.The target is 1,228 registered monitors of the Internet questionnaire service "NTT Com Research" operated by NTT Com.According to the report, the total number of experienced users and applicants reached 57% of the total, increasing by about 2% from two years ago.

 The places to attend (multiple answers) are 61.5% at home and 68.8% for others, and the other breakdown is 39% for schools, 23% for transportation, and 20% for companies.In addition to personal computers, there are tablets and smartphones as terminals to use, and mobile learning has progressed.
Most of the courses I want to study are history for men and psychology for women, and career generations in their 20s and 40s are more interested in economics, finance, business, and management.By occupation, workers wanted economics and finance, and non-workers such as housewives were interested in life fields such as psychology and health.

 7% of respondents answered that they would like to take the reversal learning (face-to-face learning), which is an initiative unique to Japan, and 7% of the respondents think that it is necessary to have a place to exchange opinions and ask questions online.Regarding the certificate of completion after taking the course, there were conspicuous voices who thought that it would be an advantage in the future, such as "motivation to study" and "become self-promotion".

Source:[NTT Com Online Marketing Solutions Corporation] Survey results on university openness-Intention to use MOOCs has increased over the years, and the attitude of wanting direct communication in the course has increased-

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